Ricky u need to change the session.save_path in the setings file to the
actual physical path where u would want to store cookie values.

"Ricky Dhatt" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> After upgrading to PHP 4.2.1 on my Linux 2.2.14 box, I've started to
> this error by the hundreds in my logs:
> Jun 17 11:37:35 www httpd: PHP Warning:  Failed to write session data
> (files). Please verify that the current sett
> ing of session.save_path is correct (/tmp) in Unknown on line 0
> Now these errors did not appear with PHP 4.0.6.  Now I know that sessions
> are still working since I registered some values and found them by
> /tmp.  And most of my PHP sites would not be working if sessions weren't
> working. And yes, I've checked that:
> -The apache user has permission to read/write to /tmp
> -There is enough space on my partition.
> I've done some searching and found a few other Linux users with the same
> problem, so I'm wondering if this is a PHP bug...but I'm not sure.
> Thanks,
> Ricky

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